How I got page #1 on Google for under $10 Dollars! A quick return to basics!

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How I got page #1 on Google for under $10 Dollars! You probably already know but a quick reminder trip back to basics!

Hello Brotherhood,

Here it is... Shhhh. A super secret... = NOT EVERYONE THINKS LIKE YOU!

I know, I hear the DUHs as you read on. As we all have a certain knowledge of keywords, I got a flashback to basics while watching a Matt Cutts video on wordpress SEO. He asked the audience to look at a flash drive and then tell him what it was. The responses were USB drive, thumb drive, Flash drive, ETC...

I immediately started searching and found my page #1 just sitting there for the taking. I had the same feeling when a kid finds a $20 bill and thinks he just won the lottery.

The basic (and I do mean basic) theory is that if you have a common search phrase for "apple pie recipe" it will rank crazy high because it is keyword rich (and your seo help) and to the point. Well what about those WHO DO NOT THINK LIKE YOU and type "recipe apple pie" = (recipeapplepie.com). I know it grammatically is not correct but the search engines will see it spot on and give it the same consideration.

I searched the different phrases in my niche and by switching the keywords around and doing some SMALL and I do mean SMALL seo, I was able to hit #1 crazy easy. Going forward will be easy maintenance because I have all the major keywords and a 100% search phrase. Ta Dah!

I know this is not new nor is this a major breakthrough but I bet some of you have a niche that you could switch a few words around, see the search implications and get yourself a Page #1 rank for Low coast and effort.

Thank you and if you found any of this useful, please hit me with a thanks..

Take care brothers...
 
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Sounds great, but does recipe apple pie rank the same as apple pie recipe? I dont think so right?

I did something similar and I am ranked page 1 for a few key words, but they bring in zero traffic. How is the traffic your getting?
 
Absolutely. However, If for example on way is 4 Mil and another 3.75 Mil.. Does it matter? I am absolutely endorsing the premise of if one way is the traffic king and the other is in the gutter. No bother. Only of they are similiar or worth the traffic...

I found this especially useful in phrases that encompass locations in the keyword...

:D
 
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Actually not a bad idea. You get a local contact, you get the ranking, you funnel sales calls to the contact for a fee. Plenty of uses if you search around and find the chinks, simple as it sounds.
 
Glad you like! Simple i Know... But if it can make anyone out there some cash Post On!

Thanks is appreciated...

:):rolleyes::(:cool::D
 
From what I've read in the past, I was under the impression keywords in a domain name would rank equal regardless of the order so long as they were together.

rhinocarhire = carrhinohire = hirecarrhino

Is this wrong then? Does the order really matter? If the domain carhirerhino existed and I used the keywords in that order, would that domain come up first (assuming equal ranking SEO wise)?
 
I had this experience by accident. I bought a domain and within about 3 days I was on page 1 #10 but the reason is because there is nothing else there for that keyword
 
And then the TA DAH!!!

It's awesome isn't it!
 
I found this especially useful in phrases that encompass locations in the keyword...
:D

I can vouch for this one, people use "cityname" and "postalcode" in searches on the front and back end of what they are looking for. You can rule local results and general location searches like this.
 
Good method.the keyword research was most important part and if you get a keyword rrich domain then it needs less work to get to the top 10
 
Actually not a bad idea. You get a local contact, you get the ranking, you funnel sales calls to the contact for a fee. Plenty of uses if you search around and find the chinks, simple as it sounds.

I actually know a guy who does this with Taxi service. He has a complete monopoly on the area and charges $2 bucks a call regardless if they make a sale or not. He uses VOIP service and tracks calls and send the printouts to the local contacts and just kicks back and collects thousands a month!

SOOOOOOO SWEEEEEET!!!!!!:eek:
 
From what I've read in the past, I was under the impression keywords in a domain name would rank equal regardless of the order so long as they were together.

rhinocarhire = carrhinohire = hirecarrhino

Is this wrong then? Does the order really matter? If the domain carhirerhino existed and I used the keywords in that order, would that domain come up first (assuming equal ranking SEO wise)?

In my my experience order definitely does matter for domain names.
 
Google read text from left to right so if I will look for apple iphone 4 then
HTML:
ipadapple4.com
won;t come up as the exact matching domain .
however , the myth of long tail keyword is still uncleared . because when you look at the external keyword results for iphone apple 4 and apple iphone 4 , you will get the exact same results . so i m guessing that google is treating the search word by word an not as a phrase .
 
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